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1 ISC Gunners FC College Placement Program 4 Year Plan Overview, Player Profile & Communication Girls U14-U15 (6pm-730pm) Girls U16-U17 (8pm-930pm) Wednesday March 2nd Swedish Hospital Cafeteria

2 Welcome & Thank You Welcome to our 8 th ISC Gunners FC College Placement Program event, and our 1 st Girls Event of the Year. Thank you for your time, interest and commitment to our ISC Gunners FC Program, and specifically our College Placement Program. Please feel free to ask a question or comment at anytime during the presentation. We will provide follow up information from this evening via and our website

3 Agenda Overview of ISC Gunners College Placement Program 4 Year Plan Year, Academics, Soccer, College Search & To Do Lists Freshman Year through Senior Year Campus Visits Unofficial & Official NCAA Rules Player Profile & College Fit Finder Upcoming ISC Gunners CPP Events Spring 2016 Q &A

4 College Prep Program Overview Mission: Help players find a college that will fit them in all aspects of their life athletically, academically, environmentally, etc. Overview: Using College Fit Finder (CFF) we will help players to identify their top schools. Our CPP Director will meet with players individually to provide support through out the recruiting process this includes contacting schools and helping communicate with college coaches We will be holding College Prep Events through out the year including seminars, college games and guest speakers

5 4 Year Plan - Freshman Year Players and families should begin preparing for the College Search & Recruiting Process their FRESHMAN YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL. The earlier you begin the process, the more prepared you will be. Start the groundwork and be one step ahead of the game. Coaches will start recruiting early In many cases the higher the level, then the earlier this process starts.

6 4 Year Plan - Freshman Year - Academics Establish Strong Study Habits - Find a balance between school & athletics (Student-Athlete) Start building a strong academic background - Take core classes and challenging courses Meet with an academic advisor - Make sure you are on the right track Know the eligibility requirements to play soccer in college - Research NCAA, NAIA, JC

7 4 Year Plan - Freshman Year - Soccer Work on your own with a ball daily! - Improve technique & areas which need improvement, specific to your position & realistic to what you would do in games. Find additional training opportunities! - ISC Gunners Guest Play & additional training sessions, the PSPL Surf Academy, WYS EPD, Private Training, Strength & Conditioning, Crossfit etc. Watch and attend soccer games! - International, Professional, Collegiate, High School, Premier PSPL, Premier RCL, the US Development Academies and/or ECNL.

8 4 Year Plan - Freshman Year College Search Begin researching colleges and soccer programs - Begin creating a list of 30 potential colleges - 10 target,10 dream &10 safety schools start with a large list, keep your options & interests open. College Considerations - Research Private v Public, Big v Small, Location, Academic Rigor, Majors, Specialized Schools Business, Law etc. Financial Considerations - In state v out of state, financial planning & needs, scholarships, FASFA. Soccer Considerations - Level of play, style of play, coaching staff, facilities, reputation etc.

9 4 Year Plan - Freshman Year To Do Seek out Volunteer positions & Employment alongside other interests: - Start building a well rounded resume, this will help on a college application, Coaches & Colleges want to see what value you can add to their program. Attend a Collegiate Soccer Camp: - Find a camp with many schools attending, or attend a camp specific to the school/s that stand out to you and your interests, start to get a feel for the process & experience. Review Freshman Year Performance Academics & Athletics: - Make sure you are on the right track going into Sophomore year Plan!

10 4 Year Plan Sophomore Year Players and families should start getting much more serious about, and committed to, the College Search & Recruiting Process during their Sophomore Year of high school. This is the year to start contacting College Coaches and going on campus visits, across the board to a wide range of schools evaluate locations, size of school, different feels of the Campuses and Programs. Players should start collecting Game Footage (Video) to put into a recruiting video to provide to coaches via & mail very important in the modern game!

11 4 Year Plan Sophomore Year - Academics Continue building a strong academic background: - Take core classes and challenging courses Take the PSAT: - Use results to identify areas to strengthen Meet with an Academic Advisor: - Make sure you are on the right track Make sure you are meeting the eligibility requirement to play college soccer: - Research all levels, NCAA, NAIA, JC Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center: -

12 4 Year Plan Sophomore Year - Soccer Work on your own with a ball daily! - Improve technique & areas which need improvement, specific to your position & realistic to what you would do in games. Find additional training opportunities! - ISC Gunners Guest Play & additional training sessions, the PSPL Surf Academy, WYS EPD, Private Training, Strength & Conditioning, Crossfit etc. Watch and attend soccer games! - International, Professional, Collegiate, High School, Premier PSPL, Premier RCL, the US Development Academies and/or ECNL.

13 4 Year Plan Sophomore Year College Search Begin researching colleges and soccer programs - Begin creating a list of 30 potential colleges - 10 target,10 dream &10 safety schools start with a large list, keep your options & interests open. College Considerations - Research Private v Public, Big v Small, Location, Academic Rigor, Majors, Specialized Schools Business, Law etc. Financial Considerations - In state v out of state, financial planning & needs, scholarships, FASFA. Soccer Considerations - Level of play, style of play, coaching staff, facilities, reputation etc.

14 4 Year Plan Sophomore Year To Do Seek out Volunteer positions & Employment alongside other interests: - Start building a well rounded resume, this will help on a college application, Coaches & Colleges want to see what value you can add to their program. Attend a Collegiate Soccer Camp: - Find a camp with many schools attending, or attend a camp specific to the school/s that stand out to you and your interests, start to get a feel for the process & experience. Start contacting Coaches of Colleges that your are interested in: - Send an , profile, video, tournaments, camps you will be attending, etc. Make phone calls & work to arrange meeting on unofficial visit. Schedule Unofficial Visits: - Visit college campuses and take their admission tours to gain insight into the type of school settings that may interest you. Review Sophomore Year Performance Academics & Athletics: - Make sure you are on the right track going into your Junior year Plan!

15 4 Year Plan Junior Year Your Junior Year of High School is one of, if not the most, critical year for you in regard the College Search and Recruiting Process! All of your hard work and advanced planning in your Freshman & Sophomore Year will have a dramatic impact on your Junior Year do things early! Many players will start to verbally commit to College Programs & Coaches across the Country the higher the level the earlier this takes place. Many schools will finish their recruiting of a Class (2018, 2019, 2020) by the end of a player s junior year! The higher the level of Program/College, the earlier this is completed by Coaching Staffs!

16 4 Year Plan Junior Year - Academics Maintain a good GPA: - Make sure you meet the requirements for admission and/or academic scholarships Register and take the SAT / ACT: - Send results to NCAA Eligibility Center Meet with academic advisor: - Seriously looks at majors and admission requirements Register with the NCAA Clearing House: - Send in transcripts at the end of Junior Year

17 4 Year Plan Junior Year - Soccer Work on your own with a ball daily! - Improve technique & areas which need improvement, specific to your position & realistic to what you would do in games. Find additional training opportunities! - ISC Gunners Guest Play & additional training sessions, the PSPL Surf Academy, WYS EPD, Private Training, Strength & Conditioning, Crossfit etc. Watch and attend soccer games! - International, Professional, Collegiate, High School, Premier PSPL, Premier RCL, the US Development Academies and/or ECNL. Work on and record physical attributes! - Sprint Times, 1 Mile Time, 2 Mile Time, Vertical Jump etc.

18 4 Year Plan Junior Year College Search Start to Narrow Down your list of 30 plus colleges: - Academic Majors, College Considerations, Scholarship Offers, Soccer considerations above all else - BE REALISTIC! College Considerations - Research Private v Public, Big v Small, Location, Academic Rigor, Majors, Specialized Schools Business, Law etc. Financial Considerations - In state v out of state, financial planning & needs, scholarships, FASFA. Soccer Considerations - Level of play, style of play, coaching staff, facilities, reputation etc.

19 4 Year Plan Junior Year To Do Seek out Volunteer positions & Employment alongside other interests: - Start building a well rounded resume, this will help on a college application, Coaches & Colleges want to see what value you can add to their program. You MUST be communicating to coaches of colleges that you are interested in: - Send them , profile, video, tournaments and camps you will be attending. Make phone calls and arrange meetings on unofficial visits! Over Communicate! Be Pro-Active! Attend a Collegiate Soccer Camp: - Find a camp with many schools attending & 100% attend camps specific to the school/s that stand out to you, get yourself in front of those coaches whom you want to impress! Schedule Unofficial Visits: - Visit college campuses and take their admission tours to gain insight into the type of school settings that may interest you. Review Junior Year Performance Academics & Athletics: - Make sure you are on the right track going into your Senior year Plan!

20 4 Year Plan Senior Year Your Senior Year of High School is the year for you to make FINAL DECISIONS in the College Search and Recruiting Process! The National Letter of Intent signing day is in February each year with players across the country formally committing to programs & Colleges. If you are still uncommitted by February, then we should start looking at alternative options as soon as possible!

21 4 Year Plan Senior Year - Academics Maintain a good GPA: - Make sure you meet the requirements for admission and/or academic scholarships Register and take the SAT / ACT: - Send results to NCAA Eligibility Center Retake & Retake Again if you need to improve your score! Meet with academic advisor: - Seriously looks at majors and admission requirements Register with the NCAA Clearing House: - Send in transcripts at the end of Senior Year

22 4 Year Plan Senior Year - Soccer Work on your own with a ball daily! - Improve technique & areas which need improvement, specific to your position & realistic to what you would do in games. Find additional training opportunities! - ISC Gunners Guest Play & additional training sessions, the PSPL Surf Academy, WYS EPD, Private Training, Strength & Conditioning, Crossfit etc. Watch and attend soccer games! - International, Professional, Collegiate, High School, Premier PSPL, Premier RCL, the US Development Academies and/or ECNL. Work on and record physical attributes! - Sprint Times, 1 Mile Time, 2 Mile Time, Vertical Jump etc.

23 4 Year Plan Senior Year College Search Start to confirm & complete your list of 30 plus colleges with a narrow shortlist of 10: - At this point you should have narrowed down your list to a handful of realistic schools specifically evaluated by you and your family, with good communication about the opportunities available to you! College Considerations - Research Private v Public, Big v Small, Location, Academic Rigor, Majors, Specialized Schools Business, Law etc. Financial Considerations - In state v out of state, financial planning & needs, scholarships, FASFA. Soccer Considerations - Level of play, style of play, coaching staff, facilities, reputation etc.

24 4 Year Plan Senior Year To Do Make Final Decisions on your applications: - Decide which schools you will be applying to recommended. Attend any Collegiate Soccer Camps ASAP: - If you are still searching, this could still be a chance to be seen by coaches. Apply for Financial Aid: - Fill out FASFA forms and any other financial aid that is available. Schedule unofficial and official visits: Visit college campuses and take their admission tours to gain insight into the type of school setting that may interest you, meet with college coaches Make Final Decision to Commit: - Review offers, sign National Letter of Intent

25 Campus Visit Information Unofficial Unofficial Visit: Any visit by you or your parents to a college campus paid for by you or your parents. The only expense you may receive from the college is complimentary admissions to a home athletic contest. You may make as many unofficial visits as you like and may take those visits at any time. The only time you cannot talk with a coach during an unofficial visit is during a dead period.

26 Campus Visit Information Official Official Visit: During an official visit, the college can pay for the transportation to and from the college for you, lodging and meals (Division 1 allows for up to three meal per day) for you and your parents or guardians, as well as reasonable entertainment expenses including three tickets to a home sports event. Before a college may invite you on an official visit, you will have to provide the college with a copy of your high school transcript and ACT, SAT or PLAN score (test scores are required for Division 1 only) and register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

27 Campus Visit Information Unofficial Unofficial Visits: Recommended to go on as many as possible. Reach out to the school and coaches beforehand to arrange meeting on visit. Get to know the campus, type of school, what classes are like. Get to know the coaches, players and team. Try to view a game or practice.

28 NCAA Rules NCAA RECRUITING AND COMMUNICATION RULES Sophomore Year: Recruiting Materials - You may receive brochures for camps, questionnaires, NCAA materials, and nonathletics recruiting publications. Telephone Calls - You may make calls to the coach at your expense only. College coach cannot call you. Off Campus Contact - None Allowed Official Visit - None Allowed Unofficial Visit - You may make an unlimited number of official visits, except during a dead period

29 NCAA Rules Junior Year: Electronic Correspondence - All forms of electronic correspondence permissible September 1 of your junior year. Correspondence must be private until you provide a written commitment to the NCAA school. Recruiting Materials - You may begin receiving September 1 of your junior year. Telephone Calls - You may make calls to the coach at your expense College Coaches may call you - May not be made before September 1 at the beginning of your junior year. (unlimited) Off-campus Contact - Allowed starting July 1 after your junior year. Official Visit - None allowed Unofficial Visit - You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits, except during a dead period.

30 NCAA Rules Senior Year: Electronic Correspondence - All forms of electronic correspondence permissible September 1 of your junior year. Correspondence must be private until you provide a written commitment to the NCAA school. Recruiting Materials - Allowed Telephone Calls - You may make calls to the coach at your expense College Coaches may call you - Allowed (unlimited) Off-campus Contact - Allowed Official Visit - Allowed beginning opening day of classes your senior year. You may make only one official visit per college and up to a maximum of five official visits to Division I colleges. There is no limit to official visits to Division 2 colleges. Unofficial Visit - You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits, except during a dead period. How often can a coach see me or talk to me off the college s campus? - A college coach may contact you or your parents/legal guardians not more than three times. Unlimited number of contacts and evaluation after you sign an NLI, written offer of admission and/or financial aid; OR after the college receives a financial deposit from you.

31 NCAA Rules Divisions 2 and 3: Recruiting Materials - You may receive printed materials at any time Telephone Calls - No limit on number of calls or when they can be made by the college coach. You may make calls to the coach at your expense. Off-campus contact - A college coach may begin to have contact with you or your relatives or guardians off the college s campus after your sophomore year. No limit on number of off-campus contacts Unofficial Visit - You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits any time. Official Visit - You may make official visits starting January 1 of your junior year. (Effective August 1, 2015). You may make only one official visit per college and up to a maximum of five official visits to Division I colleges. There is no limit to official visits to Division III colleges.

32 College Fit Finder Website Link - https://www.collegefitfinder.com Team Profile Link - https://www.collegefitfinder.com/team/937 Player Profile Link - https://www.collegefitfinder.com/m/claudialongo/937 Each player U14+ already has an account ready to go. Username: firstnamelastname Password: firstnamelastname

33 ISC Gunners CPP Events Spring 2015 Boys High School Games: Friday, March 18 th Curtis Skyline 7:30pm Friday, March 25 th Issaquah 7:30pm Thursday, April 28 th Skyline 7:30pm Women s College Games: Saturday, April 9 th Seattle Reign 7:00pm Saturday, April 30 th UW 7:00pm

34 Upcoming Local & National ID Camps March 26 Seattle U Spring ID Camp April Whitman ID Camp May 1-2 UW ID Camp May 21 Western Washington ID Camp May 22- Central Washington ID Camp June 3-5 Arizona Elite ID Camp * Full list of upcoming ID Camp on CPP page of ISC Gunners Website.

35 Tentative College Showcase Plans Summer/Fall TBC Showcase of Champions June 2016 Redmond, WA So Cal Summer Showcase June 2016 Norco, CA Carlsbad Elite College Showcase June 2016 Carlsbad, CA Crossfire Challenge Showcase July 2016 Redmond, WA NPL National Finals July 2016 Aurora, CO PAC NW ID Camp July 2016 Tukwila, WA Surf Cup July 2016 San Diego, CA West Coast FC Summer Classic August Orange County, CA Surf College Cup - November 2016 San Diego, CA Starfire Thanksgiving S/C November 2016 Tukwila, WA

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